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Ermington. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Ermington. At the Eulalia Nursery, Ermington, on Tuesday afternoon, about thirty gentlemen, numbering- amongst them Mr. G. Lovell, Mayor of Ryde, and the principal fruitgrowers of tho district, met to witnessapublictrialof Messrs. Bridge foot and Vahroukamp's wonderful little labour-saving machine — hillor, ridger, scarifier, cultivator, etc. The machine was workod by tho inventor, Mr. Brulgofoot, and tho manner in which it performed its work surprised tho spectators, groat satisfaction being expressed by all present. A number of machines were ordered on tho spot. After Mr. Bridgofoot had practicnlly demonstrated the various workings of his prodigy, Mr. E. Atkins and others tried their hands at it, with tho result that they found it simplicity itself. AVo understand that it is the intention of the patentees to have a number of wider guago machines constructed, more es pecially for use in orchards.

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Delivered Musical Sand. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Delivered Musical Sand. The existence of tho phenomenon of musical sand has recently beon dis covered at Studlaud Bay, Dorsetshire, and reported upon by Mr Cams- Wilson, F.G.S., to the Bournemouth Society of Natural Science. Studland Bay musical , sand is composed chiefly of quartz grains, more or less rounded, and to some ex tent polished, but many are angular. At various points between the Ferry and Studland there are patches of sounding sand which have been separated from the finer grains both by wind and wave action. When the foot is drawn over the surface these sands give out a musical note. In walking over it in the ordinary manner a tingling sensation is felt, as of vibrations com municated to the body. Some of the layers are far more musical when the surface is rubbed than when it is struck. The coarsest grains are found to emit the deepest note. This musical sand is to be distinguished from the bedded sands, which, in the same locality, are Sussex Street, simply sonorous an...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Unslaked Agricultural and Horticultural. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Unslaked Agricultural and Horticultural. By Westmead. New Books ox Aguicultuue. — I note the two following works us the latest contributions to tlio scionco of Agricul ture :— Griffiths (A.I!.) -i 2)-eutise on Manures ; or The Philosophy of Manur ing'.' ? 'A practical handbook for the Agriculturist, Manufacturer and Stu dent. (Specialist's Series.) Whittuher. Price 7s 6'd. Stobbler (F.G.) mid Schroter (C.) The ' Jieti Foivi/t Plants fully Described and Figured with a Complete. Account of their Cultivation, Economic: Value, Impurities and Adult erants, &c. Translated by A. N. MeAlpine, with 30 Cromo-Lithogrnphs and numerous woodcuts of Impurities and Adulterants.— 2futt. Price 12s Od. ToiiACco-oRowixci ix N.kw South Wales. — Tho Tuinut district produced sonio .600 tons of tobacco this season ; next year tho output is expected to reach 800 or 900 tons. Of the ordinary Tobacco Plant of Central America Cullen (Nicotina Tabacum, Linne) Yon Muel ler writes : — An nnnunl. The tobac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

THE fTT'M'R'IFYJT A Wft A 'B ff-TT 3 AUD FRUITGROWERS' ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY MORNING AND DELIVERED TO ALL PABTS OP PAERAMATTA AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT. ; ? .. s. a. ... Subscription, pea1 quarter, in advance 2 0 Do. tiooked . . . . 2 3 Single copy ? 0 2 Terms of Advertising : s. d. Three Hues ? 10 Six lines ? 19 One inch ? 2 6 Each additional inch . . ..26 Births, Marriages and Deaths (each) ? 10 Special terms for advertisements ordered by the quarter. Casual advertisements must be prepaid, ex cept in the case of firms or persons having nuuiing accounts with us. Persons ordering advertisements on behalf of any club or society will be held personally re sponsible for the payment of same. Advertisements must state upon the face of tiem the number of times they are to bo in sirted, otherwise they ?will bo continued and ciarged for until countermanded. LITTLE & CO. September 24th, 1887. CHATFIBLD & BROWN, 1 ICENSED SURVEYORS Siecially licensed under the Re...

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The Herald "Joking" at us. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

The Herald ' Joking ' at us. The town of Parramatta has of late attained a place in the front rank as a purveyor of curiosities. Nor is there any reason to suppose that tho list of its novelties is exhausted. It was but the othor day that apersonul encounter took place in the grounds of tho Lunatic Asylum there between a kangaroo and a madman. Iho latter was solely res ponsible for tho misunderstanding, and paid for his quarrelsomeness by losing his clothes, which the marsupial re moved in tatters. When asked by the officials why he so wantonly attacked tho inoffensivo animal, the poor hypo chondriac is said to have replied with obvious sincerity, ' Bocauso 1 was an idiot.' It is clear that this patient is on the high road to recovery. Not one imbecile in a hundred is aware of his misfortune. l-ut the Litest from tho Parramatta Asylum comes in tho shape of a now invention — ail agricultural im plement perfected by a labourer there after seven years of study. This useful tool, accord...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Compensation or Taxation. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Compensation or Taxation. TO THE EDITOR OF THE CUMBERLAND AltCiUS. Sin, — To you belongs the honor of being the first in Central Cumberland to give impartial publicality to the most important of all questions : The dis tribution of wealth. As education and civilization advances the people are rapidly discovering the superiority of tho pen over tho sword, as a weapon for settling individual or national di&putes. Our far superior mode of travelling by meaus of steam, the sending of messages to nearly all parts of the globe by means of telegraph, the art of printing books and newspapers, enables oven the very humblest in society to gain more infor mation regarding the planet on which ho finds himself situated, than kings or emperors a few centuries ago over dreamed of. Is it then any wonder that the masses who have to toil from childhood to iiieapaeiated old age, and especially in the old countries, are questioning tho justice of a few living in luxury and idleness all their li...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Hornsby. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Hornsby. The weather is all that could be de sired. The rains, although insufficient, have beon a groat boon. Young troe planting and ronovating has been in dulged in, and tho appearance of vege tation makes it look more spring than autumn. Wesleyan. — Our Sunday school an nual treat takes place on Queen's Birth day, when tho little folk will roll up with their mugs to do justico to the good things provided for them. On Sunday tho church was crowded to hear tho examinations, when the little treas ures acquitted thomselves well. Our worthy superintendent (Mr. Gambling) is to be complimented on his energetic labours, also Miss Howott, who presi ded at the organ, and several others who gave their labour to the work. The distribution of prizes took place, when some handsome prizes were received. Everything went off well, and we are under the impression that Sunday schools are a not a failure. Being particularly fond of young nurseries and the future welfare of the young, we paid a visit...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Re-appearance of Phylloxera in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Re-appearance of Phylloxera in Victoria. The statement contained in the Mel bourne telegram published in Monday's ' Herald,' that the Pliylloxera vasta trix had been discovered upon the roots of vines in the Geelong district which had been ' destroyed ' years ago, will raise doubts in many minds as to the efficacy of the system which has been pursued in the neighbouring colony. We find, however, from the paiticulars given in tho Melbourne papers, that the discovery has a different bearing from that which appeared at first sight. It is true that the live insect was dis covered in a vineyard from which it waa supposed to have been eradicated, but the remedy had not been properly applied. The insect subsists on the roots of the vine, and it is obvious that if live roots or rootlets are left in tho ground the rest of the vino might just as well be allowed to remain. The two in which the Phylloxera insects were discovered occurred in one orchard near the Moorabool viaduct. About seven or...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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THE OFFICIAL DECLARATION [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

THE OFFICIAL DECLARATION was made at tho Rydalmere Hall, Rydalnioro, on Monday morning. Tho attendance was not large. The Roturn ing-officor (Mr. Monckton) presided, and read tho result of the polling as published elsewhere, and declared Messrs J. Fulford, A. Eyles, G. Spur way, J. Franks, J. Grime, J. Ryan, J. Sonter, W. Midson, and G. Adamson duly elected as aldermen to servo in the first Borough Council of Dundas. Ho inuitod tho various candidates to ad dress tho meeting. Mr. Fulford said he had again to thank them for tho high position to which thoy had elected him. He was really flattered by the position in which they had placed him. In re turn for their kindness, he would do all ho couldfortho district generally. When ho again offered himself, he hoped they would not regret the step they had taken that day. In tho first election in which he had taken part there were twenty two candidates and only four to be re turned. On that occasion ho occupied tho same position as ho did to...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Sports and Games. CUMBERLAND ARGUS CUP. Auburn v. Coates. — Auburn, with 5 out for 08, resumed their first innings on Saturday, but owing to the splendid bowling of \V. E. Tanks, 4 wickets for 9, and Byrnes, 72 T)alls for 7 runs, their total only reached 127. Pen ton, Marshallena and Oonroy batted best. Bennett and Calver opened the Coates innings, and -with the score at 50 the former was caught oft AV. Hayes. His score of 31 was obtained by good batting. Naglo was caught off M. Hayes' grubbers for nil, and almost immedi ately afterwards Calver was bowled by the same bowler in an underamier that struck the edge of the matting where laced, and, bouncing high, dropped fair on the bails, the batsman not attempting to play it. He scored 20, bat not without some luck. Spears and Donnan played out time. Scores : — Auburn 1st Innings. Marshalena, c, b Tunks . . . . 33 Conroy, l.b.w. b Spears . . . . 14 Fenton, not out . . . . 33 Miller, c, b' Tunks .. .. 1 Hayes C. , b Byrnes . . . . 3 Eve...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Squabbling Vine Diseases Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

The Squabbling Vine Diseases Board. The Chairman of the Vine Diseases Board (Mr. Charles Mooro) complains as follows about his colleagues in a let ter to the Principal Under Secretary : Botanic Gardens, Sydney, 17th April, 1889. — Sir, — I have the honour to state that in consequence of the reports in the newspapers, that tho methods pur sued by the members of tho Vine Dis eases Board, acting without concert with the chairman, for the destruction of infected vineyards, had failed, I, ac companied by the inspector and his as sistant, examined on tho 21st ultimo tho vineyards which had been operated upon in tho Toongabbio and Seven Hills districts and found that tho roots of the vinos of the former, which had been treated with a material called ' scrub destructor ' aud a preparation of oil, wero not dead, but very seriously injured ; and in ono of these, Boiirau ger's vineyard, healthy young shoots from tho main stem wero observed in difforeut places. But in all the vino yards destroy...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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The Drunkard's Seven Stages. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

The Drunkard's Seven Stages. The excellent lesson contained iu the follow ing parody of Hamlet's soliloquy ia a sufficient/ reason for its reproduction : — All tho world's a pub, And all the men and women merely drinkers .- They have their hiccoughs and their stagger incrs : Aud one man in a day drinks many glasses, His acts being seven stages At first the gentle- 1 man, I Steady and steadfast iu his good resolves ; | And then the wino and bitters, appotisor, And pining, yearning look, leaving liko snail The comfortablo bar. And thon the argu uients, Trying liko Hercule.s with a wrathful froutag To refuse one more two penn'orth. Then th mystified, Full of strange thoughts, unheeding good ad vice, ? Careless of honour, suddeu, thick, gutt-ral, Seeking the troubled repetition ' Even in tho bottle's mouth : and then quit jovial, Iu fair good humour while tho world swiu round, With eyes quite misty, while his friends hit cut, Full of uico oaths and awful bickerings ; Aud so ho plays his...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dundas Borough Council. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Dundas Borough. Council. ELECTION OF MAYOE. The first meeting of the Dundas Bor ough Council was held on Wednesday afternoon in the Eydalmere Hall, Ey dahhere, for the purpose of electing a Mayor. The Eeturning-officerj Mr. W. H. Monckton, presided, and there were present Aldermen Fulford, Spurway, Grime, Sonter, Hidson, Franks, Eyles, Eyan and Adamson. A good number of residents were in attendance. ; The Returning officer stated that ho had called the Aldermen together for tho purpose of enabling them to elect their first Mayor. It was simply his duty to announce the business of the meeting and to leave, the rest in their hands. In the event of the voting being equal, the Eeturning-ofncer had a cast ing vote, but he hoped he would not require to exercise it. Aldorman Franks rose and moved ' That Alderman Jamos Fulford be the Mayor for the year 1889-90.' He said they wero all acquainted with Alder man Fulford's fitness for the position and it was unnecessary for him to speak further...

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The Hurricane of Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

The Hurricane of Samoa. AViiex tules of laud and sou Arc told by posterity The good uhip Calliope Cannot die. , AVlrilo coral reefs will grow, While hurricanes will blow, While noble nature's (flow, Or hearts sigh ; While one dark spot of laud On Apia's lono strand, Or remnant of tho bund Of the brave Warriors can bo traced ; Of Mataafa's proud rice, That death even faced, For to save Their cruel grasping foe, That made them undergo Privation, want, and woe. For tho past Is forgotten in their need, Their manly natures bleed And vie in 'heroic deeds As they cast Themselves upon tho wave, Their enemy to save From a watery grave, As they lay Helpless and drowning, when That noble race of meii Forgiviug rescued them On that day, That saw amidst the haze, i Of tho tempost and its wo Tho flag of Britain blazo ! from afar, [ Amid those awful sights, [ It dared in dreadful light, j Tho elements in their might I On her car j That triumphuut proudly bore Her from the treacherous shore. Agnius...

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The Rival Boroughs. THE SEWERAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

The Rival Boroughs. THE SEWERAGE QUESTION. A public meeting convened on requisition by tho Mayor of Granville (Mr. O. Unwin) was held in the School of Arts, Granville, on Mon day evening, to protest against the establish ment of a sewerage farm on tho Elizabeth Farm Estate within Granville boundaries. There were about 50 persons present, including var ious alderman and somo Parramatta residents and Mr. E. J, Lovo (Overseer of Works). Tho Mayor said he had called tho meeting on a numerously signed requisition of pro perty owners for the purpose of considering tho action of Messrs. Taylor and Ritchie in regard to the site for a sewerage farm for Par ramatta. Ho took it for granted that tho ac tion of those gentlemen did not meet approba tion from the meeting. He read an apology from Mr. J. Nobbs, M.P., expressing his sym pathy with tho mooting. Regarding tho ro suraption of the sito for tho purpose, ho (tho Mayor) did not feel disposed to allow it if ho could prevent it. Mr. Cole move...

Publication Title: Cumberland Argus And Fruitgrowers Advocate, The
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Righted at Last. CHAPTER XL (continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

Eighted at Last. CHAPTER XL {continued; 'But it must be because he is con sidering what is best to be done for you.' . 'Did he tell you that ?' 'He did not say it exactly in those words ; but I understood it from what he did say and from his whole manner in sneakinsr of you.' 'I suppose I ought to find satis faction in that. . . . But how was it you came to visit Mr. Shield ? Yon have not met him before.' (This abruptly.) Her eyelids drooped, and her head was bowed a little. 'He wrote to rue. I have met him before.' 'And you never told me ! Where did yon become acquainted with him?1 ' At Willowmere.' 'AVhy, when was he there? Aunt Hessy does not know of it, or she would have told me. You did not, although you should have known how pleasant it would havo been to mo to find that he . had seen you and liked you.' That she had not previously told him of her acquaintance with Mr. Shield, was a disagreeable sign of want of confidence ; but his surprise was greater than his displeasure. He...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

LEIJLL'S VNP TPLPGI? VM^ El CE1YE PP.OMPT \'l IEN1I0N ' - 7 ' ' T ;?} ~~- , - - vl: _ * - ' ~ ' * ';# ? Undertakers. STATE AND EEFOBM FUNEKALS conducted in tho most respectable manner and at Moderate Charges. Lead, Cedar, and Stained Coffins at Shortest Notice. Wreaths, Crosses, and Shrouds. Memorial Cards a Speciality — printed as required. Church. Street, Parramatta. A Startling tait true Discovery. Furniture Warehouse. Tlic noted Cheap House in Parramatta. Bargains in Bedsteads and Bedding. Drawing Room Suites. Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Kerosene Stoves, and Gas Coseys. Kent and Basket Grates. Dumpy Stoves. The Henley Skates, 10s 6d per pair. Our Pictures are really worth a visit. FOOTBALLS AND FOOTBALLS. See our 4Jd cabinet size Pboto Frames, the talk of Parramatta and District. Nursery Fenders and Guards, cheap. Combination Lanterns for Candle or Kerosene, Is 9d each. Fretwork Machines, saws patterns and wood. China, Glass and Earthenware. SAINTY BEOS. Furnishing ArcadeT'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

VISIT JOHN HUNTER'S Parramatta Branch, TO-NIGHT, for the Greatest Bargains ever offered In .- -BOOTS AND SHOESo New Goods. Cheap Goods* Mo Old Insolvent Stock, bong-lit at so much in the Pound, but ALL FRESH Lines Just Landed. WE Astonish, the Town and District ?with the Superior Quality and LOW PRICES of our BOOTS& SHOES. 'We have Ladies' and Children's Uoots and Shoes of every Material, in Button, Lace, and Elastic. They are Very Choice, Durable, Fashionable and CHEAP. Our Gentlemen's BOOTS and SHOES are the Best and Cheapest to be had in Town. They Look Well, Fit Well, Wear Well, and are Most Comfortable to the Feet: WE INVITE YOU ALL to Come and See for Yourselves. It is no trouble for us to SHOW YOU OUR GOODS, which arc Marked at Sydney Prices, in Plain Figures. And, the Great Point to be Remembered is this — that we have a Cash System, which means — SMALL PROFITS and QUICK RETURNS. NEW GOODS to hand this Aveek, which will be SOLD AT A GREAT SACRI FICE, to make room for...

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THE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

THE EXHIBITION. A special meeting of the committee was held on Friday evening. Present : The president, Mr. R. H. JDe Low, in the chair, and Messrs. A. C. Willis, J. Arundale, H. M. Todhuntor, P. Mor gan, T. Quirk, W. R. Murray, J. G. Fyall, J. W. Hill andR. S. Richardson. Messrs. Murray, Todhuntor and Brenan were appointed to interview tho Mayor in reference to the terms of hiring tho Town Hall for the Ex hibition. The question of providing a refresh ment stall was deferred pending an in terview with tho ladies undertaking its management. An offer by Mr. J. Black to print 50 photographs of the institution was ac cepted at (id per copy. The floor committee, was empowered to let space in tho building if there were any available. Messrs. W. \Y. Bodenhani and J. W. Hill wore added to tho decoration and floor committee, and Messrs. (Juirk aud Todhuntor were requested to take steps to arrange for an entertainment. Tenders wore ordered to bo called for a baud for the exhibition week. It w...

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The New Parramatta Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate — 25 May 1889

The New Parramatta Steamer. The new boat building for the Parra matta River Steam Company and in tended for the Parramatta River ferry service will bo exceptionally fast accord ing to the accounts to hand of her engines. Messrs. Hawthorne, Leslie and Co., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, had at date of last advices almost com pleted the machinery for the new boat and excused themselves for being two months over their contract time on account of their inability to get labor or material to carry out that and other contracts, amongst which was the machinery for the Australian cruisers then in their hands. The surveyors report tho machinery for the P. R. S. Company's boat of a very superior des cription, and if the vessel comes up to expectations direct trips in addition to the present ordinary service will be run to Parramatta, landin s passengers at tho Park gates in less thai* an hour front Sydney. — ' Telegraph.' Parramatta School of Arts.

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